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Buy Requests for Wacky Packages / Re: 1977 Shedd's
« Last post by jleonard1967 on April 13, 2020, 05:03:20 AM »
If it wasn't for Dave, I would not have the collection I have.  He helped me out when I was first starting to do shedds.  I think he helped me obtain 4 or 5 of them. 
Buy Requests for Wacky Packages / Re: Wants List
« Last post by Campy on April 11, 2020, 07:02:04 AM »
 I also have a set of what are called Kooky Patches

Master Lists / Re: US Issues List 1967-1980
« Last post by mikecho on April 07, 2020, 08:19:55 PM »
I just looked this up on the Spreadsheet; there are exactly 12 Wacky Can Labels.
Sell Wacky Packages / 1st Series Red Ludlows Available:Mutts and Band-Ache
« Last post by Paul_Maul on April 01, 2020, 08:00:56 PM »
Greg Grant asked me to let the forum know that he has these two 1st Series red luds available. Please contact him at if interested.

General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: Koduck checking in
« Last post by crackedjerk on April 01, 2020, 06:29:52 PM »
Glad to hear you're doing well, Neil, and that Wackys are on the horizon.  Thanks for the update!
Sell Wacky Packages / Re: "Well-loved" early original series lots on ebay now
« Last post by crackedjerk on April 01, 2020, 06:27:58 PM »
Yeah, I'm both happy and a bit embarrassed.  Happy since these were given to me by my cousin who simply no longer wanted them.  But embarrassed as I didn't even mention red luds in the auction description (and barely mentioned the luds).  Because I don't collect luds, I really don't pay attention to them or their prices.  And given that these stickers were "well loved", I figured the auction wouldn't even garner that much interest.  But there seems to be a real interest in those red luds, which was to my benefit.
General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: Wikipedia Wacky Packages article altered
« Last post by mikecho on March 27, 2020, 07:28:02 PM »
I returned the Underworld Unleashed Wikipedia article to its original form plus my additions, only this time I gave a reasonable explanation as to why it should stay that way. To prove my point, I mentioned two other articles - Neron (DC Comics) and Hell (DC Comics) - that were also added to by me in a similar manner, but were - and have since been - left alone.

Well, here's hoping they get it right this time...

UPDATE: My restoration is still there as of now and seems to be holding. Let's just hope that it sticks now that I've thrown it against the wall again...

UPDATE 2: It seems to be staying there this time.

UPDATE 3: It's still the way it's supposed to be, only now it's got a notice on the top of the article saying it's got issues. Well, I'd better make a copy of it pretty soon before someone else screws it up or I won't have anything left of it at all.

UPDATE 4: Well, I finally got the print-out of the article. Btw, if anyone here wants to take a look-see at it, please, just Google Underworld Unleashed and see for yourselves. I think you'll find it's very good.
Other Non-Sports Trading Cards / Here's a little WEIRD WHEELS fun!
« Last post by Gpann101 on March 24, 2020, 07:23:30 PM »

Update - Sold. Thanks, Frank
General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: Bot Themed Wackys
« Last post by crackedjerk on March 17, 2020, 07:39:49 PM »
I pulled out my Cereal collection to see where it started and ended.  No die-cuts or Ads, but 15 titles from Series 1-13.  For Postcards, the book includes TS2 Grave Nuts, and bio cards of Molten Crisp, Stench Berries and Alpha-Bytes, as well as a Smokin' Joe Stench Berries sketch.  For Old School, there's a Qreep, Kellab's Project 19 and a Frankenberry, as well as Jay Lynch Quacker, Cap'n Crud and Qreep sketches.  ANS Wackys stop at ANS 6, and include coupon backs of Cereal titles.  There are even titles from the Flashbacks.  Looks like I stopped around 2009-2010.  The last page has six "Lost" cereal titles from 2005, plus three that had been inserted in a magazine.

I think I'll be taking them out of the book and starting a binder where I can add pages.  Hopefully the task of searching out which later titles I need will keep me occupied for a while, without breaking the bank.  I'll probably do something else with the sketches, as there is no way I want to get sketches of every title.

If I were to create a binder of any topical wacky, Pat, it would definitely be cereal.  Hard to know how many you missed, but it seems like Old School would have lots of titles that you haven't mentioned.  I always liked Wacky cereal titles in the original series (and beyond) as I have always been a big cereal fan.
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